We know, we don't sell Nike's. In fact, we don't or never really have repped Nike's hard on our blog or site. But nothing screams Tokyo like a pair of Air Max's. And Japan has always had an incredible affinity for the Air Max series. Dating back to the Neon Green '95s that kids use to fight over when they first came out in, well, '95.
Plus, what would your incredible Selvedge denim be without a killer pair of kicks?
A full breakdown of Air Max's, starting from the Air 1s to the latest Air 2015s
Always killing aesthetics, the museum-like display case featured all the most famous drops from years passed
Little snippets of art were scattered throughout, but this piece was a head turner
Those Nike Neon '95s that first catapulted the popularity of Air Max's in Japan, given the royal treatment on this exceptional piece of art
Tokyo's Nike Air Max Ambassador, G-Ken, reps his favorite Air Max's
This shelf is killer, but those Air Max Zero's on the top shelf are everything
Going the extra mile, Nike organized free Sneaker Cleaning classes for anyone interested - just bring in your old kicks and learn how to treat your soles wisely
Tinker Hatfield, infamous Nike footwear designer gives the Air Max a full update for Air Max Day 2016
Every Air Max model produced available for Nike iD
Keeping with the theme...the exit made us smile